Membership






Resident: An applicant for Resident Membership must be an adult whose residence is within a radius of 50 miles of the Clubhouse. The Resident Member has full privileges of the Club (golf, dining, swimming and tennis) and is eligible to vote.

Junior: An applicant for Junior Membership must be an adult whose residence is within a radius of 50 miles of the Clubhouse and who is less than age 40. The Junior Member has full privileges of the Club (golf, dining, swimming and tennis), but is not eligible to vote.

Associate: An applicant for Associate Membership shall be an adult person. Associate Members have dining, swimming and tennis privileges, as well as limited golfing privileges (six rounds of golf per year- two golf coupons issued for each of the months of June, July and August- 50% of the current green fees charged for the Associate Member, full green fees for any guests).

Social: An applicant for Social Membership shall be an adult person. The Social Member has dining privileges only.

Non-Resident: An applicant for Non-Resident Membership must be an adult person who does not maintain the availability of a residence located within a radius of 50 miles of the Clubhouse and who is not physically within that radius on more than 30 days during any calendar year. Non-Resident Members have dining, swimming and tennis privileges, as well as limited golfing privileges (ten rounds of golf per year).

Questions Often Asked

Explain the admission process.

Membership is by invitation. Individuals interested in Club membership must be sponsored by two Members of any classification and four letters of recommendation. Two of the letters must be from Resident members of the club, the remaining two may be from any member in good standing. Once an application is completed, the admission process is normally concluded within 30 to 60 days.

Is any part of the initiation fee paid refundable when a member resigns?

Normally no. However, under the payment plans the obligation is considered satisfied should a member, whose account is in good standing, resign before completing the plan.

What is a transfer fee?

A transfer fee is the cost of transferring to a category of membership with a higher initiation fee. In effect, it is the difference between the lower category's initiation fee and the initiation fee of the higher category. The transfer fee is generally fixed at the difference between these initiation fees as they existed when the member first joined the Club.

Where can I get additional membership information?

Call 330-836-4994 and talk to Julie Wojtala.